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Money Mazes - UK Coin Identification

Money Mazes - UK Coin Identification

Help your students recognise and identify UK coins with these funky money mazes. Let them trace the coins with their fingers/pens or they can colour in the coins on the B&W version to reveal the path through the mazes. **Features new £1 coin** Perfect for Math Centres/Morning Work. Download includes both colour and black and white versions.

By MonsterTeachingIdeas

Math Project Based Learning

Math Project Based Learning

Real world math project based learning for year 6. Includes 4 projects about the UAE with research and writing activities Objective: To solve problems involving the calculation and conversion of units of measure(money), using decimal notation up to three decimal places where appropriate as well as relate these to the real world. Cross-curricular link: UAE

By fpax

Series of Lessons - Negative numbers Bundle

Series of Lessons - Negative numbers Bundle

This bundle includes three whole lessons across the range of negative number lessons. 1) Negative Numbers - Number Line, Ordering and Differences 2) Add and Subtract Negative Numbers - Pictorial approach to adding and subtracting negative numbers. 3) Multiplying and Dividing Negative Numbers - Pictorial approach to exploring the rules of multiplying and dividing negative numbers. Each resource includes; - Answers -starter activities -Fully modelled examples -Differentiated questions -Challenges -Quizzing activities to help with misconceptions -Examination style questions -Minimal Printing -Plus lots more teaching resources

By MissBsResources

Back to School Maths Activities BUNDLE (Year 6 / P7)

Back to School Maths Activities BUNDLE (Year 6 / P7)

Easy to prepare Key Stage 2 Maths games and activities, ideal for the first week back at school with a new class or to stock up your maths shelf for use throughout the year. As a revision and consolidation pack, this best suits Year 6 (P7 and other equivalents), although the resources would suit some younger classes / groups if all included concepts have been covered. After the holidays, before teaching any new aspects of maths, you can get pupils improving their mental agility with these fun Crossnumber puzzles (featuring addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, percentages, decimals). You can have them work on those times tables they've forgotten over the summer with these Four in a Row games. Plus you can have them work independently or collaboratively on these mostly multi-step Word Problems challenge cards - a key area to come back to over and over again to ensure pupils can use the four operations in context. Please click on the resources to see previews and more detailed information about each one. I hope this bundle saves you time and helps to get your pupils off to a flying start without you having to do a whole load of planning in the first few days. If you can spare a moment I would be grateful for any reviews. Many thanks. Here are some of my other popular KS2 Maths resources: Mental Maths Bundle Multiplication / Division Bundle Angles / Symmetry Bundle For time-saving, engaging resources to help you plan Primary Literacy, Maths and French lessons, visit FullShelf Resources

By FullShelf

Add and Subtract Negative Numbers - Directed Numbers (Whole Lesson with Answers)

Add and Subtract Negative Numbers - Directed Numbers (Whole Lesson with Answers)

(All answers are provided) I've designed this Lesson to allow students to explore adding and subtracting negative numbers building up from the basic pictorial through the use of counters and coming to identifying quicker methods/ rules. It begins with a look a counters and there meaning and different ways of representing numbers and a mini whiteboard activity. This then leads to 4 basic examples of questions such as -2 + 3, followed by four questions for students to try. Answers are given with full pictorial and written solutions here. This then leads to 4 examples of questions such as -2 - -3, again followed by four questions for the students to try. Answers are given with full pictorial and written solutions here. This leads to a class discussion on quicker methods now that they why is understood. Student have the pictorial to fall back on if they get stuck. There is a pointless quiz activity with two rounds which can be used to help stop misconceptions before the main differentiated activity. (Teacher Guidance notes are within the slides for this activity, however it's pretty straight forward if you have seen the TV show.) The resource then in includes a differentiated focused activity which progressively gets harder. This gives students a chance to master and enhance their skills. It includes 5 separate sections a skill 1, 2 & 3 and a stretch 1 & 2. These are all displayed on the same slide for ease of use. Then to finish there is an application on how this could be seen in an exam situation including answers. I hope you find this resource as useful as my students have. Miss B Bonus Materials There is an extra challenge slide of an additions grid of negative numbers. There is also a mixed challenge activity to be used with students once they have learnt how to multiply and divide negative numbers also. I have attached printable versions of the grid I use throughout the slides. I often laminate them for the students to do the examples with me in lessons)

By MissBsResources

Money word problems homework.

Money word problems homework.

Money word problems, involving how much in total? How much change? How much left? etc. In an editable table format, with space to show workings and answers.

By kep1987

Money word problems homework.

Money word problems homework.

Money word problems, involving how much in total? How much change? How much left? etc. In an editable table format, with space to show workings and answers.

By kep1987

Year 3 and 4 Complete Maths Board Game

Year 3 and 4 Complete Maths Board Game

Includes: Board 29x30cm A4x2 Fractions 60 Question cards Measurement 60 Question cards Word Problems 70 Question cards Mental Maths 80 Question cards Coloured tokens to collect Excellent for a fun way to revise these important areas of maths and mathematical vocabulary. The aim of the game is to collect 4 different coloured tokens by answering questions correctly and then get back to the middle of the board. The winner is the first person back to the middle with 1 of each coloured token. How to Play the short version 15-30minutes 2-4players 1. All players start in the middle of the board. Each player roles the die, the player with the highest number on their die goes first. 2. Players take it in turns to role the die and move to a tile. Then the player must pick a card that is the same colour as the tile they are on and answer the question. If they answer correctly they receive a token matching the colour of the tile. Then they must aim to land on different coloured tiles to collect the other coloured tokens. 3. If a player lands on the tile with a die on it they immediately get another role of the die. 4. Once a player has collected 1 of each coloured token they must get back to the centre of the board to win the game. How to Play the Longer Version 30-60minutes 2-4players 1. All players start in the middle of the board. Each player roles the die, the player with the highest number on their die goes first. 2. Players take it in turns to role the die and move to a tile. Then they take a card with the matching colour and answer the question. If they answer correctly they can stay there but if they answer incorrectly they must move back to their previous position. 3. If a player lands on the tile with a die on it they immediately get another role of the die. 4. When a player lands on the larger tiles in the corners of the board they must answer a question just like on other tiles however if they are correct they receive a matching coloured token. Once a player has collected all 4 coloured tokens (1 from each corner of the board) they must return to the centre of the board to win the game! Other Ways to Use the Cards! With 270 question cards there are many ways you could use them without the board! If you have lessons focusing on Fractions (Red), Measurements (Green), Word Problems (Yellow) or Mental Maths (Blue) you can use only the specific set of cards for students to solve in groups, pairs or individually for morning activities, lesson starters, main activity or extensions. With so many flexible options this bundle you will love it!

By richardflook9

Mathematical reasoning bundle

Mathematical reasoning bundle

A collection of "real-life" examples of where we use Maths, providing an opportunity for students to work on problem solving and reasoning skills. Practicing speed, money, time, area, percentages and more! All include answers.

By lam218

Australian Coins: Presentation  Lesson, Non Fiction Reading Comprehension,  Worksheets, Video

Australian Coins: Presentation Lesson, Non Fiction Reading Comprehension, Worksheets, Video

This literacy/maths link pack on Australian currency introduces students to the six coins in circulation and 1 cent and 2 cent coins, Royal Australian Mint and commemorative coins. Literacy Learning Objectives: To be able to retrieve information, take part in class discussion and listen to others, label pictures correctly, work out meaning of words in a text, write simple sentences with correct punctuation. Maths Learning Objectives: Recognise and describe Australian coins, to know each coin has a different value and is not related to size of coins. If you are planning a visit to the Royal Australian Mint or just want to watch a video about the Royal Australian Mint, starting to teach your students about Australian currency, then this is an ideal resource to get started. It contains - A 16 Slide PowerPoint Presentation lesson with whole group listening and speaking activity (8 questions). Divided into Lesson starter, Main lesson and Plenary. In addition to the Presentation there are learning support materials:- - Students can design their own display cards with facts – Art link - Two differentiated reading comprehension texts with questions. One set with 11 questions and the other set with 15 questions. - Cut/Paste Coin Match - students cut out and match the coins to the values shown the worksheet and then label each coin with the name of image on the reverse of each coin. - Extension: Write four facts worksheet There are display posters - laminate the whole page general fact sheet onto card paper - laminate and cut out the half page coin facts onto card paper. Included 3 weblinks to choose from to go with this resource. Youtube link: Royal Australia Mint Tour https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1u3upZG4toE Youtube link: 5:37 mins long – Special coins https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X83zllePHjI Youtube link: 4.39 mins long – Making of Official Anzac Coins https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eqLUc3QiNZI Hope you enjoy this resource. File Type: PowerPoint, Word formats contained in a zip file

By Ro_Milli0110